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Recommended Artists

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Alan Moore

Alan Moore World

Arts Lab Northampton – Facebook

Electricomics

Embryo A. Moore en Espanol – Alan Moore works with Spanish translations

Orphans of the Storm – “Our Promis To You (A Manifesto Written In The Smoldering Ink Of Sanity Across A Million Disappointed Hearts)”

Arts Lab Northampton

Twitter – “We are The Arts Lab in Northampton, a bunch of artists, writers and creative types drawn together to make art of all kinds.”

Facebook – “We’re a group of artists of all types dedicated to showcasing art from around Northampton. We’re working towards a magazine (Peasants With Pens) and launch event so stay tuned!”

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Comic Book Realm

Website – ComicBookRealm.com is an absolutely FREE site for comic book collectors. The community is fantastically supportive. The man running it is on the boards and active daily. They also have an ever expanding catalog of almost any comic title you would be looking for: information including dates, publishers, and price guidelines.

Crystal Lake Publishing

Website – “Crystal Lake Publishing is a five time Bram Stoker nominated publisher, as well as a Publisher of the Year Award recipient from This Is Horror.” If you fancy ‘Beautiful Horror Stories’ with artists like Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, and Caitlin Hackett, as well as many new talents being broken here for the first time.

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Dave Gibbons

Twitter

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Electricomics

Website – A “digital arts self-publishing ecosystem”. “In Electricomics, the world’s oldest narrative art form and youngest technology combine as a uniquely 21st century medium, establishing a thought-through toolkit of open-source effects enabling its audience to create digital comics themselves, bringing their vital ideas to an exciting new mode of entertainment and education.”
– Alan Moore 2015.

GitHub – You can download to your PC both the Electricomics Generator to create your own comic as well as the Reader for your PC. (Electricomics currently only has an iPhone compatible app.)

Twitter – “Digital Comics Self Publishing Eco-System for iOS app or desktop reader. Search Electricomics in the iOS App store or visit ‘GitHub‘”

Facebook – “We are a Community interest Company, founded by Orphans of the Storm, and Ocasta Studios, and funded during the Research and Development phase, by a grant from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts. #Artsdigital”

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Gareth A Hopkins

Crosby & Syd – Webcomic with WaveTheTrain. Crosby & Syd Twitter

Blog – Gareth’s personal blog.

Colaboratay – A collaboraty experimaent with Daryl Morris

Deviant Art – “…which has been going since 2004. An increasingly loose collection of most of my work to date.”

Intercorstal – “The Intercorstal is an ongoing comics project by Gareth A Hopkins. This site has been created to collect and catalogue (sic) the various sub-projects that The Intercortstal has included.”

Trolleys in Odd Places – “…a now defunct blog, covering my early run-ins with stray shopping trolleys in the Essex area.”

Twitter – “Illustrator and/or artist | Creator of The Intercorstal, an increasingly experimental comic | Draws Crosby & Syd webcomic”

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John Higgs

Website – JohnHiggs

Twitter – “Author of Stranger Than We Can Imagine: Making Sense of the 20th Century, as well as books about The KLF and Timothy Leary and fiction under the name JMR Higgs.”

John Reppion

Wikipedia – “John Mark Reppion (born 1978) is a British writer. He is married to Leah Moore… also written a number of non-fiction articles”

Twitter – “Mr . Writes comics, articles (for ), short stories, & the odd book. Co-author of ‘ SWAY ‘s BLACK SHUCK & STORM WARNING”

Leah Moore & John Reppion – This is Moore and Reppion’s personal site, showcasing upcoming and past projects, links, as well as insights and the creative processes used and explored throughout their work.

Spirits of Place – Official website for ‘Spirits of Place’ project.

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Ken Reynolds

Cognition – “A steam powered robot with a human spirit & a demonically possessed mouse work for The British Occult Secret Service (BOSS).”

Sliced Quarterly – “Sliced Quarterly is a playground for creators to experiment with the comic book narrative. We aim to showcase simple, authentic, literary stories told in extraordinary ways.”

Twitter – “Designer, Illustrator and comic creator/letterer/editor. Undisputed king of library jokes.”

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Leah Moore

Wikipedia – “…is an English comic book writer, best known for Albion and Wild Girl…she is married to writer John Reppion”

Twitter – “Mrs , comic writer, allergy mum, twin mum, Arvon tutor, project manager, Novel in progress.”

Electricomics – A “digital arts self-publishing ecosystem”. “In Electricomics, the world’s oldest narrative art form and youngest technology combine as a uniquely 21st century medium, establishing a thought-through toolkit of open-source effects enabling its audience to create digital comics themselves, bringing their vital ideas to an exciting new mode of entertainment and education.”
– Alan Moore 2015.

Leah Moore & John Reppion – This is Moore and Reppion’s personal site, showcasing upcoming and past projects, links, as well as insights and the creative processes used and explored throughout their work.

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Neil Jackson

Post-Nearly Press – “Against online landfill.”

Twitter – “Independent print-only press since 2014. Exploring psychogeography and related culture.”

NonWork 23/Festival 23

Website – Festival 23

Twitter – “An interactive celebration of literature and the arts, of theatre, playshops and music inspired by the Discordian movement; a society…the notwork23 collective”

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Rees Finlay

Twitter – “Comics Bastard”

Damn Dirty Comics – “Welcome to damn dirty comics, a UK based, awards nominated, independent comics and magazine publisher.”

Ryan Burke

Twitter – “Writer, and a nuisance. CORONARY: Episode One on Kickstarter now! Follow for updates on the Kickstarter, and more all caps.”

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Sean

Twitter – “#Artist + Creature & Concept Designer, Bacon & Cheese Lover, #Comic & #Art Geek, #Horror & #SciFi Nerd, CryptTV + CryptUK & CryptFamily Freak cuz #WeirdIsGood”

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Simon Vance

Website – Simon Vance

Twitter – “I read books out loud… and they’re recorded. I also have other plans. Life continues to happen while I’m busy making those.”

Audible – “A British actor with a long time love of audiobook narrating, Simon lives in Northern California with his wife and two children.”

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Todd Klein

Wikipedia – ” (born January 28, 1951) is an American comic book letterer, logo designer, and occasional writer, primarily for DC Comics.”

Website – Klein Letters

Tzvi Lepetkin

Webiste – Biblical Comix

Twitter – “Home of stonking great comics – ‘Stoners’, ‘The Imperium’, ‘Biblical – Bible stories for atheists, creationists, rationalists and rogues’ and ‘The Ice Warriors’ “

Facebook

Tapastic – “Tapastic lets you enjoy awesome visual stories and web comics, and publish your own.”

YouTube

CBR LINKS

*these links not checked recently, and are not necessarily supported by this site. all links solely from Comic Book Realm, used here for your exploration as we continue to shake the chaff.

2 Guys Buying Comics – A quasi-daily blog from two guys (wait for it) buying comics!!

4th Letter – A very neat group blog about comics. Often quite funny stuff.

A Trout in the Milk – Some nice, in-depth comic essays

The Absorbascon – Comic book fun from everyone’s pal, Scipio

ADD – The blog of Alan David Doane, who is always interesting to hear from.

Aiee! Run From Kelvin’s Brainsplurge! – The sometimes daily thoughts of Englishman-in-a-strange-land Kelvin Green.

And Plus… – Layne talks pop culture and comics

Any Eventuality – Fun comics talk

Bastarður Víkinga! – Viking comic talk!

Beaucoup Kevin – Musings on disposable culture by Kevin Church

Blog THIS, Pal – Gordon talks comics, life, pop culture

Bloggity-Blog-Blog-Blog – El NiÑa Pirata Laura “Tegan” Gjovaag and her awesome blog.

Bully Says: Comics Oughta Be Fun! – Fairly self-explanatory! That being said, Bully is awesome, and you should definitely check this site out!

Cayman’s Comics Swamp – My pal, Cayman, blogging about comics and music.

Chickity China – Proving that the Internet is more than just a pornography clearinghouse. But not much more.

Chris Allen Online – Chris Allen talks life and comics…not always in that order!

Chris’s Invincible Super-Blog – Chris Sims talks comics quite humorously. An awesome blog.

The Clandestine Critic – Pop-culture entertainment reviews – comic books, cinema, comedy, books, etc. – and anything else that David decide upon later. Reviews are not fair, balanced or timely.

Club Parnassus – Evan Waters talks pop culture and comics.

Comic Foundry Blog – Tim Leong blogs for Comic Foundry. Tim is neat-o.

Comics and More – Dave Ferraro posts about pop culture at large, with a focus on comics.

Comics Ate My Brain – Tom Bondurant talks comics

Comics.212.net – Chris Butcher on comics

Crisis/Boring Change – Chris Tamarri talks comics. Chris is awesome, though it’s been awhile since this blog was updated.

Crocodile Caucus – Lyle uses a pop culture obsession as a coping mechanism

The Tammy Project – Our former contributor Marionette spotlights British girls comics of the 1970s

Dave Ex Machina – Dave Lartigue blogs about stuff, including comics

Dial B for Blog – The World’s Greatest Blogazine! The most original web log in comics history! Sadly retired, but he has all of his “back issues” up to read!

Dick Hates Your Blog – Mocking people who blog about comics. This is dead serious, industry-revolutionizing, paradigm-obliterating stuff…or so Dick says. I think it is a fun look at the comic blogoverse.

DivaSparkle ACTIVATE! – My pal Ben discusses comics and pop culture as only he can. If you even kinda like Dazzler, be sure to check it out.

Don’t Cross the Streams – Melanism talks pop culture and comics.

Double Articulation – Personal, philosophical, and critical essays about comic books, film, and genre fiction. A joy to read.

El Blog De Jotace – ¿Cómo? ¿Que no te gusta DC? Amos, anda porai a cagar a la vía…

Elijah J. Brubaker – Making Comics Like a Bitch in Heat

Enter the Void – Comic artists create comics and compete against each other.

Estoreal – RAB talks comics

Fast Food and Sitcoms – Basically David Campbell-lite, which is still pretty darn entertaining!!

The First Second Blog – The blog for First Second

FLOG: The Fantagraphics Blog – That pretty much sums it up

The Fortress of Soliloquy – Tom Foss talks comics

From Seth’s Desk – Seth Breedlove talks comics

The Geek Out – Brandon Hanvey’s blog

Gene “The Dean” Colan’s Virtual Studio – Self-explanatory

Ghostie’s Bungalow – A forum for pop culture discussion, including comic books.

Glyphs: The Language of the Black Comics Community – Self-explanatory

Graphic Novel Review – Another self-explanatory title

Greta’s Book Reviews – Ever wonder what a 12-year-old girl thinks about comics? Wonder no more!

Howling Curmudgeons – Two-Fisted Comics Commentary and Criticism

The House of L – Leigh talks comics

How to Make Comics – A comprehensive resource for aspiring creators

“How Would You Fix…?” – Critical examinations of past Marvel Comics.

The Hurting – Tim O’Neil rocks our world

hypnoray – Jon Cormier talks comics

I Am NOT the Beastmaster – Essays, analysis, and commentary from some other guy named Marc Singer

J.M. DeMatteis – His blog

Jason Aaron – His blog

Johnny Triangles – Everyone’s pal, Johnny “T” Triangles, talks comics and stuff

Lady, That’s My Skull – My blog pledge: * Content-free * No ‘woe is me’ tales * I’ll post the restraining order from Hayley Mills when I receive it

The Legion Abstract – Legion of Super-Heroes analysis and commentary

The Legion Omnicom – Legion of Superheroes blog

Listen To Us, We’re Right – Joe, Alex, Paul and Brant talk comics

Living Between Wednesdays – Rachelle Goguen talks comics

Mah Two Cents – This is Tony Collett’s weblog dedicated to his thoughts on the happenings in the world, comic books, anime, science fiction, DVDs, and anything else he encounters.

neilAlien – A Doctor Strange Fansite – A Comic Book Weblog – A Mysterious Palindrome

Noetic Concordance – Comments on comics, roleplaying and writing. OK, mostly comics.

Not Business, Personal – Michael May’s livejournal

Pappy’s Golden Age Comics Blogzine – A nifty comic blog devoted to Golden Age comics.

Paperghost – Defending the Net from Suckers, Kung-Fu

Parkerspace – Jeff Parker’s blog

Photon Torpedoes – Comics, Games, All Geeky Media

Polite Dissent – Comics, Medicine, Politics and Fun!

PostModernBarney – The world’s smuggest comics blog!

Prep Time Posse – Group blog talking comics

Project: Rooftop – The site dedicated to presenting the finest in innovative crime-fighting fashion

Random Happenstance – Comics, toys, pop culture nonsense. And maybe the wife, kids, and bitey dog around here somewhere too.

The Recreation Annex – A since-silver-age age reader reflects on stuff

Redhead Fangirl – The title says it all!

Reporting on Marvels and Legends – Calvin Pitt talks comics

Ringwood – Ken Lowery talks pop culture

The Roar of Comics – Steven Padnick’s Comics Blog: Come here for all of Steven Padnick’s deep, deep insights into comics, superheroes, publishing, and everything in between.

Rocketship – Best comic store ever?

The Savage Critic(s) – Smart-ass comic reviews, and comics retailing intelligence, by Brian Hibbs, owner of San Francisco’s Comix Experience. (And friends!)

Seduction of the Indifferent – Scott talks comics

Size Matters – The mini-comic blog

Spandex Justice – Vincent Murphy talks comics

Speed Force – Kelson’s blog about the Flash

Strange Planet Stories – I. N. J. Culbard’s blog

Sure Beats Working – Sean Phillips’ blog

Terror Tales – Ryan Jackson talks comics

The Thug With the Velvet Mind – Dean Haspiel’s Blog

Tom Brevoort – Tom’s blog at Marvel

Tom The Dog’s You Know What I Like? – A blog about all that is worthy in the Culture we call Pop.

Tony Isabella’s Tony’s Online Tips – Reviews and commentary by Tony Isabella

Trusty Plinko Stick – Bill talks comics

Vintage Pop – Celebrating American popular culture (including comics) of the early Twentieth Century

Webcomics are from Uranus – A blog about webcomics

What WERE They Thinking? – A funny look at the unintentional humor of comics past

When Fangirls Attack! – A Compilation of Articles about Women in Comics.

The Word on the Street – Dr Sordid talks comics and pop culture

Written World – Ragnell talks comics

Ye Olde Comick Booke Blogge – A humorous look at comic books

X-Ray Spex – Will Pfeifer’s blog

Zilla and the Comic Junkies – Comic Book fun